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Bring your team together to achieve a unified vision and passion for progress!
MOVES process, a five-step process designed to renew persons and teams from the inside out:
1. Map: Boldly articulate a clear, no-holds-barred picture of where you are headed if things dont change, and acknowledge when successful.
2. Open: Fearlessly open to new perspectives for where you could get to if only.
3. Vision: Create a vision that gets you there, one that removes the if onlys and identifies the necessary ways and means.
4. Engage: Walk the path, own it, and watch the vision become reality.
5. Sustain: Create sustaining systems and practices that support your new direction.
Result? Teams Move As One:
They develop a clear consensus on vital issues
Move As One teams are energized, mutually aligned, goal-directed, internally accountable, self-motivated and astoundingly effective.
Move As One is based on the principle that the key to moving an organization forward is to establish a clear, unified vision by working from the inside out.
Working from the inside out means:
An organization is a group of people who over time enhance their capacity to create what they truly desire to create. Peter Senge
1. Individual Leadership
The most effective way to develop a strategic advantage is to bring forth and build on the inherent leadership qualities of each individual in the group.
Developing individual potential means motivating employees to go beyond their ordinary level of performance and bring out their expanded capacity for creativity, cooperation, and leadership. This means more than just rearranging processes or controlling what people do; it means enhancing their awareness of who they are and what they can accomplish.
Move As One begins by coaching the members of the team to identify their personal visions, values, and passions. This involves:
Identifying where each member is now in relation to where they would like to be
2. Team Productivity
As the members of the team claim their strengths, passions, and career goals, they become eager to come forth and offer these resources for achieving the common task. At that point, the next step is to make the workings of the team harmonious, focused, and efficient.
A strong, successful team is one that flies together toward a unified goal like a flock of geese. The most successful teams are made up of empowered individuals who come together strong and whole to join in creating a common vision based on each members values and passions.
To transform a teams into an integrated, dynamic force that consistently performs with leadership, innovation, and excellence, it involves:
Identifying, sharing, and releasing reactive attitudes about perceived limits
3. Organizational Effectiveness
Once a team breaks out of the reactive mode and starts working together synergistically, its members begin to focus on the long-range view and how they can further improve their teams effectiveness by extending their new level of synergy to the larger systems of which they are a part.
Move As One begins to transform the cultural environment of the organization as a whole, as the empowered team reaches out to its internal customers, suppliers, and associates to extend its own renewal to the larger system. The original team members lead the way in moving the entire organization to a more productiveand therefore more profitableposition. This involves:
Exploring ways to improve processes throughout the organization
4. Customer Partnership
As internal teams become more productive, their members realize that they possess the power to make any system more effective. They begin to apply their new skills in moving as one (thinking in unified terms) to the challenges posed by the external environment, such as establishing strategic alliances and achieving market leadership.
Move As One engages the participants to join with their external customers, suppliers, and stakeholders to build strong partnerships that provide the company with greater market power. This involves:
Applying unified thinking to the global marketplace and economy
Why bother? Because we want superior performance, improved quality, satisfied customers, competitive advantage, an energized, committed workforce, the truth, to manage change, because the times demand it, because we recognize our interdependence, and because we want it. Adapted from The Fifth Discipline
Clients Have Said
Julie was a big hit! This is the most enthusiastic our chapter has been about working together. We were able to identify clear and focused visions with opportunities for advancement and doable action steps. Each team is motivated and involved. I really like Julies positively powerful style. She does terrific work.
The Information Technology team made a huge turnaround as a result of Julie's team program.
President, Instant Web,
Quieting the mind creates the ultimate good feelings and its free and readily available. I've found it essential for me to consciously be able to rest my body and my mind. Julie has done a great job training our agents and managers and myself with these techniques.
Julie's authentic presence and meaningful content brought us energy renewal both on a personal and team level.
Mary Ellen McCartney,
Julie's presentation on embodied leadership sparked new ideas and energy for our leadership team to face the challenges in the year ahead. Her unique background in dance and experience in organizational development offered a perfect combination for learning the elements of leading a team in the dance of life.
Nancy Noelke, Leadership Development, Gundersen Lutheran Health System
One of the areas we needed ongoing support and encouragement was to address stress issues and help to balance work and home lives and still have energy at the end of the day. Julie brings her professionalism, combined with advanced knowledge in this area and her agreeable, non-judgmental, entertaining instructional style have greatly added to the wellbeing of my staff members, and to me personally. We have learned so much. I would highly recommend Julie Delene and her program to any corporate setting.
Beth Burgos, director of public affairs, Franciscan Skemp Healthcare,
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